If I had to bet on what the official drink of Halloween is, I'd probably go with pumpkin juice. But, then again, I'll admit to having seen most of the Harry Potter movies multiple times and in such films, pumpkin juice is readily available. I've actually looked for pumpkin juice at the store and well, not so much. I've cut into a pumpkin and the taste--in terms of juice--with out adding some cinnamon and sugar and prolly loads of other stuff is a bit lacking...to put it nicely.
But apparently, I don't have to worry about pumpkin juice at all because the official--like, it's on a press statement official--drink of Halloween is lowfat chocolate milk. So you can have a right tasty drink, get some calcium and earn a funky mustache all without busting open a defenseless gourd. Plus, the got milk? Halloween Tour is visiting the Children's Museum at the Museum of Nature and Science in Fair Park to share chocolate milk recipes, samples and fun games with kids of all sizes. Pose for your very own got milk? mustache photo and have some fun...You might even win a spooky prize or two. The swigging goes down from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit natureandscience.org.
Wed., Oct. 21, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 2009